Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security
|Salary:||Grade 7/8 - £33,797-£49,553 Per annum|
Lecturer/Senior Lecture in Cyber Security
Based at Park Campus, Cheltenham
The University of Gloucestershire is looking to appoint a new member of staff in the Technical and Applied Computing subject area to join our dynamic, successful and expanding community. We have an opportunity for a talented individual with a real flair for teaching and research to join the team who deliver a range of cyber courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Technical and Applied Computing subject area is part of the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business & Technology and is located at the beautiful Park Campus in Cheltenham. The University is investing heavily in staff and facilities and the ongoing investment in Cyber Computing teaching facilities has enhanced course reputation with rising student applications, NSS scores over 90% and excellent graduate recruitment. University of Gloucestershire is the only UK University to be awarded the Tech Gold accreditation for its Degree Apprenticeship in Cyber Security Technical Professional and will be welcoming the third cohort to this course in September.
We are looking for applications from Cyber Security specialists who will ideally have experience of teaching in Higher Education and have an interest in research and development in Cyber Security or a related area. The applicant shouldhave technical and research skills in cyber security and have experience of network security, IoT security, AI or digital forensics. The appointee will support delivering a range of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Applicants must also have a demonstrable high level of technical skills and excellence in the use of Windows and Linux-based operating systems. Recent industry knowledge and an enthusiasm to promote exciting digital learning experiences in the classroom would be an advantage. The appointee will need to have excellent communication skills and demonstrable success when working in a team environment.
Closing date: Monday 3 August 2020
Interview date: Monday 17 August 2020
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